Maritime New Zealand, Crown Law, Barry Young & M Pigneguy, contrived ignorance of Zooming effect
Judge Davis Doesn’t Know About Seaway or Zooming Effects
Correction of Paragraph 34 from Judge Davis’s decision
written In Bolton’s preparation for Appeal …
Regarding Para 34 : “Further more Mr Bolton’s allegation that the 3rd Photo taken by M Pigneyguy had been zoomed creating the illusion of artificial proximity, was verified by M Pigneyguy’s admission in his evidence Page 24 lines 6-10.
This is confirmed also by the measurement of the ferry’s ramp width increasing from 93mm in photos 1 & 2 to 110mm in photo 3.
As further evidence of how the ferry’s photo 3 depicted a closer passing than observed from Classique at the time, I showed a photo in which I removed the ferry’s strange bow & side which obscured much of the water between the vessels. The ferry had an unusual Port side bridge tower from which its photos were taken.”
Note in addition to the above correction for Appeal …
Amongst Maritime New Zealand, Crown Law, Barry Young & M Pigneguy, there was either a real or contrived ignorance of the effect of Zooming when a photo is taken. This effect was noticed by Bolton immediately he was handed the 3 Photos M Pigneguy gave Maritime New Zealand when he filed his artificially manufactured claim.
Firstly, just by having been at the point of incident at the time, Bolton saw a discrepancy in the appearance of vessel proximity in photo 3 compared with how it appeared on the water at the time viewing from Classique as Seaway went speeding past astern of Classique with an estimated clearance of 50 to 80 mtrs.
Secondly, by measuring the width of Seaway’s ramps in the 3 photos, Bolton found that Seaway’s ramp width in photo 3 was several mill wider than in photos 1 & 2.
This was pointed out to Ian Howden & Jim Lott at the original farce of an interview but this evidence was treated with complete indifference.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
Effects of Zooming road, kite, birds & Seaway.
The Port side bridge gave a distorted view diagonally across Seaway’s foredeck towards Classique.
The expanse of water obscured by Seaway’s ramp, tall bow & deck side.